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# 45392 1-Nov-2009 19:47
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Hi Everyone,

Been trying to get a clearance going for just you guys and I finally got it approved. Woohoo!

So, here are the offers:

Handsfree Bluetooth Headset  -  http://is.gd/4JPZP
RRP: $42.13     GZ Members: $36.00

USB 4 port hub  -  http://is.gd/4JPTD
RRP: $12.50     GZ Members: $10.00

Micro Bluetooth Dongle  -  http://is.gd/4JPWB
RRP: $25.00     GZ Members: $20.00

PC Remote Control  -  http://is.gd/4JPYv
RRP: $32.95     GZ Members: $30.00

Flexible Keyboard  -  http://is.gd/4JQ2g
RRP: $15.60     GZ Members: $12.00

2GB SD Memory Card  -  http://is.gd/4JQ4v
RRP: $20.00     GZ Members: $10.00

7 Port USB 2.0 Hub  -  http://is.gd/4JQ6b
RRP: $29.80     GZ Members: $25.00

USB Card Reader  -  http://is.gd/4JQ84
RRP: $12.50     GZ Members: $10.00

All orders $20 and over get free shipping, for orders under $20 shipping is $6.50.

If you want any of these great deals please contact me on shaun@geekstore.co.nz and i'll get a coupon code sorted for the product that you want.

Thanks guys, hope to hear from you soon! Smile




Shaun Fisher - www.geekstore.co.nz

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  # 270060 4-Nov-2009 16:15
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doesn't seem like much of a clearance...




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  # 270072 4-Nov-2009 16:30
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tonie: doesn't seem like much of a clearance...


Hrm, I guess "clearance" wasn't the correct term, it's more special pricing exclusively to Geekzone members for a limited time.

Thanks for your comment.




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  # 270193 5-Nov-2009 07:40
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c71931f: so 2 x 2GB SD Memory Card - http://is.gd/4JQ4v
RRP: $20.00 GZ Members: $10.00 ,
=$20 in total ..
So that'll mean that shipping's free?


Correct. Smile




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  # 270426 5-Nov-2009 17:53
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freitasm: Damn... When are companies going to have reduced prices for 4GB SODIMMs?


I've messaged you. Smile




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  # 270466 5-Nov-2009 20:21
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c71931f:
freitasm: Yes, saw that, thanks...

Just to clarify, folks - I am looking for 2x 4GB for a total of 8GB DDR2 on my laptop.


Would that work with a toshiba a300?currently have 2x 2gb in my laptop at the moment...
Also, how much does Windows 7 Ultimate "detect" as a maximum?


Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bits can address up to 192 GB RAM. It depends on your hardware. The BIOS on my laptop for example can only address up to 8GB RAM - which is plenty enough for me now.




 
 
 
 


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  # 270479 5-Nov-2009 21:00
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:-) It starting to amaze me these days that people "need" 8Gb of RAM in a home computer! Is that what it takes to run Windows 7 and Office these days ?! :-)

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  # 270483 5-Nov-2009 21:08
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No. You can run Windows 7 and Office in less than 1GB. I have virtual machines on Geekzone server running Windows Server 2008 with 512MB - and service PHP and MySQL.

But I do run A LOT of programs at the same time. I have three monitors and at least two browsers open, Outlook, a Twitter client, FeedDemon, Steam, PlayOn, Windows Home Server client, MozyHome Backup client, LogMein, Hamachi, and occasionally Steam, NitroPDF, Visual Studio, SQL Server Studio, PrimalCode. Even so with all this running I am using about 60% of the memory. But more memory is best...

The way Windows 7 uses memory is like a cache - if there's any unused memory it will pre-load more frequently used programs, cache data, icons and other stuff. More memory is always good.






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  # 270938 7-Nov-2009 21:32
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Sorry to sound like an a**, but could you two maybe have a PM conversation about this please? As all of this is totally unrelated to the initial post.

Sorry to be an annoyance.




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# 270957 7-Nov-2009 23:25
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HiK1000716: Sorry to sound like an a**, but could you two maybe have a PM conversation about this please? As all of this is totally unrelated to the initial post.

Sorry to be an annoyance.


I would have the impression anyone trying to promote their own store would be happy for the topic to keep going up to the top of the forum list and to the front page...

Never mind, we can solve this easily by removing it ;-)







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  # 270958 7-Nov-2009 23:30
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freitasm:
HiK1000716: Sorry to sound like an a**, but could you two maybe have a PM conversation about this please? As all of this is totally unrelated to the initial post.

Sorry to be an annoyance.


I would have the impression anyone trying to promote their own store would be happy for the topic to keep going up to the top of the forum list and to the front page...

Never mind, we can solve this easily by removing it ;-)



It's not so much the fact of being kept at the top - I certainly don't mind that.

It's more the point of if someone was to post something it being swamped. That's all.

No need to remove it.

Thanks for the reply.




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